The Cordish Companies announced Tuesday that Pete Cesari and Eileen Bertoni have joined its corporate construction and development team to oversee expansion at its Maryland and Pennsylvania casinos.
Cesari, who was named vice president of construction, and Bertoni, who was named director of construction estimating, will be on the team working on projects at the company's Maryland Live! Casino, in Hanover, Maryland, including the addition of a hotel and conference center; and initiating a new Live! Hotel & Casino in Philadelphia’s Stadium District.
"We are pleased to welcome Pete and Eileen to the Cordish team at this very exciting time in our company's growth," The Cordish Companies Gaming Division CEO
Joe Weinberg said. "Their combined experience in building premier hospitality, gaming and entertainment facilities will complement our growing team of industry experts committed to developing best-in-class brands and projects in every market where we do business."
The Cordish Companies has grown into a global leader in real estate development, gaming and lodging, and entertainment management over the past decade. The firm has received many excellence awards in its field for public-private developments of unique significance to their respective cities including Baltimore's world famous Inner Harbor and in Philadelphia; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Charleston, South Carolina; Houston; Louisville, Kentucky; Kansas City, Missouri; and St. Louis.
The Cordish Companies, founded in 1910, has been a privately held, family-owned operation for four generations, practicing core values of quality, entrepreneurial spirit, long-term personal relationships and integrity.
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